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December 07, 2011
As a part of its Cisco (News - Alert) Certification and Training Program, the communication major Cisco is organizing Learning@Cisco – a virtual talent development fair for the professionals seeking to learn more about Cisco tools that keep information and communication flowing. The event is specifically designed to benefit the Latin American professionals interested in pursuing or enhancing their careers in IT networking.
A part of the Cisco Certification and Training Program, Learning@Cisco is intended to provide the seasoned and amateur professionals with career advancement opportunities, higher education, higher earning potential and job flexibility.
The participants will have the opportunity to talk live to the representatives from various organizations during the event including Bumeran, CTT, Fast Lane, UniversoBIT, Quintec and Centro Netec. By interacting with the experts, the participants will be able to learn about new educational advancements, download training and career-related materials, view live sessions, and network with other professionals in the IT industry.
Live presentations are one of the most vital parts of the event. The subjects covered in the presentation include careers in IT and networking, getting started with Cisco certifications, Cisco Learning Labs, access to career resources, certifications and Cisco training and, social networking, through group chat room networks
The free virtual event is taking place on Thursday, December 8, 2011, 8 AM to noon
Pacific Time, US. Cisco has invited the interested individuals or companies to register in advance at the event website.
Earlier this year, Cisco introduced the Cisco Certified Technician to its Career Certification Program. In a release, Jeanne Beliveau-Dunn, vice president and general manager, Learning@Cisco, said, “Onsite IT technicians and their employers responsible for support of Cisco networking equipment now have a formal way to qualify their ability to work with a customer's critical networking infrastructure.”
Madhubanti Rudra is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Jennifer Russell